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Watch an incredible stop-motion karate video and learn how it was made

Who knew stop-motion karate videos could be so much fun?

Mar 1, 2020, 12:43 am*

Internet Culture

 

Josh Katzowitz

The people who work at Corridor Digital specialize, in their own words, in creating “sci-fi, action, and video game-inspired YouTube videos, jam-packed with stunning [visual effects] and movie-like cinematography.”

If you need an example of their work, check out this intense stop-motion karate video.

So, how did they produce this video? They made another video describing the process, and even if you only understand about 2 percent of the technical jargon, it’s really interesting to see the process unfold.

Fun fact(s) of the day: It takes the team 45 minutes to make just eight seconds of stop-motion footage and at least four whole days to make the full video.

Screengrab via CorridorDigital/YouTube

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*First Published: Jun 25, 2015, 7:55 am